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captioning funded by cbs it's friday, february 2nd, 2018. this is the "cbs morning news." the controversial classified memo on the russia investigation could soon be released. president trump is expected to approve publishing the document despite concerns from the justice department. a middle school shooting in los angeles leaves four students injured. police now say it was unintentional. peacocks leads to a crackdown. they're revising their policy when it comes to emotional
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support animals. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. president trump is expected to sign off on a conassiered repub alleging fbi and justice department abuse powers. d e spite strong pushback from the fbi and democrats, the toda. it deals with an investigation into possible between president trump and russia. her york. w wendy,d ne-mie. we don't know yet exactly what it says because it has not been madereblicans have stated the document will spell out surveillance abuses by the fb during the russia investigation. democrats and the fbi said the should never see the light of
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day. sources tell cbs news that later today president trump plans to give the thumbs-up to releasing the gop memo on the russia probe. the four-page document authorized by house chair devin nunes outlines it. >> american civil liberties were abused, then that needs to come to light so that that doesn't happen again. >> it's not up to president trump when the memo would get released. his green light means it would get sent back to the house intelligence committee where they would decide on a timetable. it's said that the memo omits key facts. >> it's an attempt to paint a misleading portrait of the fbi and department of justice and may pave the way for the president to argue that he can fire people, which would interfere with the
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investigation. >> but republicans say the memo is not politically motivated. >> it does not impugn the mueller investigation or the deputy attorney ten jal. >> christopher wray, a trump appointee, does not want the memo released. they quashed rumors saying wray was getting ready to resign in protest. fbi brass have made it clear how they stand and a very unusual move the agency released an unsigned statement that said, quote, there are grave concerns about material omissions of fact in the memo. former fbi director james comey also chimed in tweeting that all should appreciate the fbi speaking up and that he wishes more of our leaders would. anne-marie? >> wendy gillette here in new york. ahead only on "cbs this morning," we'll talk with the top democrat on the house intelligence committee, adam schiff, about why he believes releasing the memo could be damaged and what could happen
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next. president trump mocked democrats and said they were unwilling to so-called dreamers. >> the democrats are awol, they're missing in action. we're saying where are they, we have a proposal, we never hear from them because i don't think they want to solve the daca problem. i think they want to talk about it. i think they want to obstruct. >> last week the white house said mr. trump would endorse a plan allowing dreamers to seek citizenship in exchange for changes in the immigration system. police now believe the shooting at a los angeles middle school was an accident. police say the suspect, a 12-year-old girl, was -- had brought rather a semiautomatic handgun to school. she's been booked for negligent discharge of a firearm.
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four students were wounded. one was shot in the head. he is in critical condition, but is expected to recover. a 30-year-old woman was also injured. 18 people were injured this morning when a van plowed into a group of people at a park in shanghai. police believe the crash was an accident. they say a man who was smoking ignited the gas canisters he was transported. the van veered onto a sidewalk and burst into flames. the driver and two others were seriously injured. dr. larry nassar's third and final sentencing hearing resumes today with more victims expected to speak. during yesterday's proceedings, officials apologized to one victim who came forward years ago and was ignored. dr. jon lapook reports. ⌞> we let you down, brianna. >> reporter: meridian township's frank walsh apologized to brianne randall.
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she complained to police nassar had sexually abused her. >> we were deceived. we wish we had one back. >> was very upset and wanted answers. >> reporter: randall was one of 56 victims who spoke at last week's sentencing hearing. she saw nassar for back pain. >> sadly they took your word instead of mine. >> reporter: according to the 2004 police report released wednesday, randall told police she was scared and uncomfortable after nassar squeezed her breasts and tried putting his finger into her vagina. nassar claimed it was a power point presentation showing nassar performing it himself. >> at that time it should have immediately been taken down to the prosecutor's office and it wasn't. >> reporter: 12 more years would go by. >> i'm so hurt to hear that so many women and young girls
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suffered abuse as a result of the inaction in 2004. >> do you think what if? what if they had just believed me and pursued it? i wished i would have gone in there and questioned what the police were telling my parents. >> one of nassar's attorneys were interviewed on a radio show. later nassar put out a statement saying he did not know smith was going say that and did not authorize her to do so. fidel castro's oldest son killed himself according to state media. he had reportedly been hospitalized for depression and was received outpatient treatment. he was 68 years old and he worked at the cuban academy of sciences. his mother was a woman from cuba's aristocracy when fidel
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was young before a revolution brought him to power. a study may explain why this is one of the worst flu seasons in a long time. this year's vaccine is not very effective. it's less than 20% effective against the most dominant strain of flu. 49 states have reported widespread flu outbreaks and the season doesn't peak for another two to three weeks. >> coming up on the "morning news" now, reviving an unsolved hollywood mystery. an actor is called in the death of natalie wood. and "o canada," canada strives for gender equality. this is the "cbs morning news." with neulasta onpro? strong chemo can put you at risk of serious infection, which could lead to hospitalizations. in a key study, neulasta reduced the risk of infection from 17% to 1%, a 94% decrease. applied the day of chemo, neulasta onpro is designed to deliver neulasta the next day,
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two teenagers found a way to have a bit of fun. they used their wake boards to perform tricks around the trees as they were pulled through the floodwaters in a paris suburb. i don't think that water's very clean though. there's a new interest in the death of natalie wood and a large-scale international raid. the "san francisco chronicle" reports federal immigration agents raided 77 northern california workplaces this week. they demanded that businesses prove their employees were legally allowed to work in the u.s. it's believed to be the largest localized sweep of work by i.c.e. agents since president trump took office. agents swept into nearly 1 11 117 7-eleven stores. and the "los angeles times" says there's a renewed interest in the death of natalie wood.
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actor robert wagner is a person of interest. he and christopher wokalken on board. two witnesses claim they saw a fight. >> saw figures in the back of the "splendor," a male and a female, whose voices they recognized as being robert wagner and natalie wood. >> wagner has long said wood's death was an accident. the he's considered a top contender to replace orrin hatch. romney has been a vocal critic of president trump. he offers visitor as forum to sign up and join, quote, team mitt. "billboard" are calling for academy president kneel poneil
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here's a lacked a tort's forecast in some cities around the country. on the some icing on bonuses for hostess workers, and the buzz over the new starbucks credit card. diane king hall is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, diane. >> good morning, anne-marie. here on wall street investors are waiting for january's job report. it's due out later this morning.
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expectations of inflation sent bond yields on a four-year peek. some stocks on wall street finishing mostly lower. the dow rose 37 points, the s&p 500 was down and nasdaq shed a point. it was a prime holiday season for amazon. the e-commerce giant reported its biggest profit yet. apple is making more money than ever and google's revenue rose fr 21.6%. starbucks is launching its own visa card. you can use it even if you build it to buy something outside of starbucks. united airlines is revising its policy regarding emotional support animals. you may remember sunday a
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rescuers in michigan had their hands full trying to catch an elusive raccoon. it was strapped on the sixth floor ledge of a building in the city of oak park for a few days. a lift was brought in to try to capture it. as they tried to scoop it into a net. it kept getting away. eventually it fell down and tried to run away. it was captured and led away. the american heart association says there are side effects from breast cancer treatments. special types can cause heart failure. other drugs can cause abnormal heart rhythms and artery spasms
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that can lead to a heart attack. heart disease is the leading cause of death for american women. the heart association is asking women to wear red today as part of go red for women day. it's designed to raise awareness about women's heart health. danielle nottingham has the story of one heart attack survivor. >> how often did you go to the doctor? >> every six months. >> reporter: doctors told tara robinson she was too young to have a heart attack, but she did. >> was hot, i was clammy. i knew something was wrong, but i didn't know what. >> reporter: for months she complained of tightness in her arm, tightness in her chest, nausea and burning and her symptoms were dismissed because of her age. several weeks later she was back in e.r. after collapsing. she was having a heart attack. exams showdown she had two heart
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attacks before. >> i think i went into a state of shock. >> when women have heart disease, it might not be that typical elephant sitting on the chest chest pressure that we hear often in men. in fact, in women, the symptoms may be more subtle. >> reporter: dr. suzanne stein bottom is a spokesperson for the american heart association. recognizing the risk factors is key. >> prevention is critical. it's about lifestyle choices. your diet, exercise, managing your stress. >> tara now 43 has changed her outlook on life. >> we have to start putting ourselves first. >> reporter: she's eating healthy and exercise 30g minutes every day. danielle nottingham, cbs news, ft. worth, texas. coming up on "cbs this morning," as the super bowl kicks off sunday, correspondents mo rocca and michelle miller
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our top story this morning, president trump will sign off on the release of a memo on the russia investigation. the memo the republicans on the fbi and justice department that they su. they say it could be training the athletes used to be nfl is bringing together men and machine. looks at it. >> we look at it as a uning. >> reporter: ted l.a. rams' conditioning coach
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and to do that the rely on the same technology tracks shoplifters. a microchip is game ball and the shoulder pads is vice president of zeeber technologies, the company thatdu tracking chips. >> okay. where are the sensors? the shoulder pad. >> reporter: it's a treasure trove data. every movement is tracked.umber? >> right. it's gagt oring how fast that's moving and how quickly. >> so when and this is keeping track of y, the every player on the reporter: rath showed us how fast quarterbacks show and how
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fast p >> whatever happened with watching the players and saying, yeah, this guy's worn out. >> this guy is fatigued. we can tell when he hits the fatigue state and when he recovers so we can push him to that letter to make him a better conditioned athlete for the next training session. >> reporter: while many players tire out as the season wears on, the data showed the star running back got faster. >> this was actually the very play where he hit 21.1 miles an hour on that specific play. >> it seemt like you could geek out on the numbers here. >> reporter: the one thing the chips do not track yet is the impact of a collision between players. the technology exists and it can be put in a football helmet, but the nfl has not requested that data. in fact, the league has already faced a major class action lawsuit over concussions.
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carter evans, cbs news, los angeles. well, coming up on "cbs this morning," as the super bowl kicks off sunday, mo rocca and michelle miller head to boston and philly for a fun look at which city is best. >> and jen nark drugs can help bring prices down at the pharmacy, but many patients have found alternatives rshltd available for the drugs they need. coming up the tactics some pharmaceutical companies allegedly use to delay competition. that's the cbs news for this friday, thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day, and have a great weekend. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
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>> live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news " this morning. e-a-g-l-e-s, eagles! >> eagles fans are making themselves known in minnesota. we'll have the exciterment from minneapolis, now just two days away on the super bowl. >> you may see slick conditions outside this morning, storm scan3 shows some rain and snow moving through our area. we'll tell you just how much has fallen and when it all moves out. today is friday february 2nd, groundhog day, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. a check on today's forecast with katie and katie it is fridayment it is groundhog day , as well. i know in punxsutawney the sun will be rising about 7:25 this morning, that's when we find out will there be more winter. >> i never how much it will be >> i alwav

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